A collage of history
Why locals love it
Completed way back in 1230, it's a church that nowadays operates as a museum and concert hall. The museum features artworks spanning seven centuries and the church itself is a remarkable example of medieval architecture. It even attracts locals at Christmas time!
Why you should visit it
Have you heard of the famous painting 'The Dance of Death' by Bernt Notke, the famous 15th century German artist? No? Well fine, we must admit we only know of this painting because it's right here in Tallinn. The painting features a bunch of skeletons which we think are kind of cool.
Tickets are €3.50 or €2 if you're a student. Sometimes admission is just €1 on Wednesdays, so it's worth checking out beforehand.